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Whether you’re a teenager or an adult, addressing orthodontic issues like bite misalignment and crowded and crooked teeth is an important part of maintaining good oral health. Your orthodontist in Bloomingdale at Pure Dental Spa offers multiple custom-tailored treatments to help straighten your smile and address bite problems without getting in the way of your daily life and unique sense of expression. To learn which of our orthodontic appliances will best suit your needs, schedule a consultation with our team today for orthodontics in Bloomingdale, IL!
Traditional orthodontist, also known as metal braces, are what most people think about when they first hear that they require orthodontic treatment. This appliances uses metal brackets that are attached to each of your individual teeth to hold an archwire. The archwire will place a gradual and strategically-planned amount of pressure on your teeth to gently nudge them into their ideal alignment over the course of months, until you meet your treatment goals. Then, we’ll remove the appliance and you’ll need to wear a retainer for a set amount of time to maintain your results.
Invisalign is a less noticeable orthodontic solution that utilizes customized plastic aligners to gently straighten your teeth and address bite misalignment. They’re made from BPA-free plastic that’s virtually unnoticeable when placed over your teeth. Throughout the treatment, you’ll move through several sequences of trays instead of needing to visit your orthodontist to have braces tightened. Every six to eight weeks, you’ll visit our dental office for a quick follow-up and to collect the next series of trays in your treatment.
SureSmile is very similar to Invisalign treatment. They both use customized, clear, plastic trays to address a wide array of orthodontic problems and help you regain newfound confidence in your grin. Because you won’t have a mouth full of metal, you’ll be able to go about your daily life without anybody realizing that you’re undergoing treatment, too.